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There's a typo worth fixing in your penultimate sentence.

Since 1980 forward that is PRECISELY what has happened. I am originally from Pittsburgh but have lived in the DC Metro for over 25 years. I've witnessed the carnage firsthand both in the "Trench of Life" and in the "Halls of Power".

Yoo hoo; anybody out there? Miss reading your posts... OK, I just miss you, Mick. Hope you are well. '_'

PS Hi eRobin. I hope you have had a nice summer.

CMike: Fixed, but it only matters if somebody reads it.

Joseph: I feel your pain.

Laura: Hi, kid. Yes, I'm here. Sort of. Took most of Aug off because it just got too depressing.

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